The Wilson Library celebrated National Novel Writing Month with a kick-off party Monday.
Writers Archives: Audrey Gaudette
Kathy Louis-Sanders is not the typical business student; she came to University of La Verne with her own business, a doctorate in theology and years of marketing experience under her belt. In January 2019 the senior business administration major will receive her diploma at the age of 61.
Pomona residents Debra Mendez and Jimmy Blancarte discuss city politics at the “Lowriding: Boulevard to Understanding Chicano Culture” event at the dA Center for the Arts Saturday.
Students make ice cream using liquid nitrogen during a Chemistry Club demonstration in the Quad Wednesday.
Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch has become more than several rows of pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors. With a tractor-drawn hay ride, a petting zoo and the historic nature of the property, the patch at Heritage Park is a yearly family tradition.
The win gave La Verne a 1-0 start in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
When senior kinesiology major and softball catcher Angelica DeAngelo started her freshman year, the softball team’s squat lift record was 195 pounds.
Rigoberta Menchú Tum, Guatemalan K’iche political activist, feminist and Nobel Laureate, speaks at the La Verne Church of the Brethren Sunday about war and corrupt politicians.
Christopher and Charles Owens cross the finish line and reach towards their well-earned medals at the San Dimas Fitness Day 5-K Community Bike Ride Saturday.
Instead of spending the day watching Netflix, there are plenty of opportunities for University of La Verne students to get in touch with their creative side in the community.